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AURIGAN, 1968, is spon 
sored and prepared by 
members of the Senior 
Class, Mount Everett 
Regional School, Sheffield, 
Massachusetts, and is 
printed by American 
Yearbook Company of 
Cambridge, Maryland. Due 
to deadline and delivery 
schedules, this yearbook 
spans the period of time 
from March, 1967, to 
March, 1968. 





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Canaan 



Dwight Ford's Garage, Inc. 

International Trucks 

Sales and Service 

Main Street. Sheffield 

229-8451 and 229-8792 



BREWER 
BROTHERS, INC. 

Chrysler— Plymouth— Valiant 

Canaan 

Telephone 824-7019 

Since 1911 



C. A. LINDELL and 
SON, INC. 

Farm and Industrial Machinery 

Sales and Service 

Building Materials and Fuel Oil 

Canaan. Conn 



GULOTTA BROS. 
BARBER SHOP 



Mam Street 
Sheffield 



Compliments of 

William C. Gulick. V.M.D. 

Marguerite B. Gulick, 

V.M.D. 

770 So Main St . Gt Barnngton 



ROGERS SHOE STORE 

Fine footwear for the entire family 
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Car 
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HERBERT'S SHOES 

Great Barnngton 



HARLAND B. FOSTER 



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Bridge Street 



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Hardware 

Great Barnngton 
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ROADSIDE STORE 

Monterey 



E. M. RYDER, INC. 

Jewelers 

Member. American Gem Society 

Great Barnngton 



H. S. ANDREWS 
INSURANCE 

Great Barnngton 



BROVERMAN'S MARKET 

Meats and Grocei 
528-0757 
State Road 
Great Barnngton 



FRIENDLY ICE CREAM 
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Sto< - Road 

Quality Ice Cream and Sandwiches 



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IRA E. MARKHAM 

South Egremont. Mass. 01258 
Telephone AC 413 528-0706 



Best of Luck to 
A Great Class 

JUG END in the 
Berkshires 

"Home of Many Great Class 
Reunions" 

South Egremont, Mass. 



BRYANT MANOR 

Restaurant and Cocktail 

Lounge 

Great Barnngton. Mass. 

Telephone 528-3631 



Compliments of 

SHEFFIELD FARM 
SUPPLY CO., INC. 

Sheffield. Mass. 

Ford Tractors and Implements 

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DECKER and BEEBE. INC. 

Plumbing & Heating 
Canaan 



Best Wishes 
To the Class of 1968 

STEVENS FUNERAL 
HOMES, INC. 

Great Barnngton. Mass. 



ASHLEY FALLS 
MONUMENTAL WORKS 

Ashley Falls 

William B. Hall. Proprietor 

Memorials of Fine Quality 

Telephone 229-2117 



THE MEADOWS 

Snack Bar and Country Store 
Sheffield 



KAUTTU'S PHARMACY 

Carl E. Kauttu 

Registered 

Pharmacist 

Telephone 824-5696 



M. T. PEZZEE 

Heating— Oil Burner Service 
South Egremont 



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MENCUCCINI'S 
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Canaan, Conn. 




HAMMER 
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Railroad Street 
Great Barnngton 



BROVERMAN'S MARKET 



Meats and Groceries 

Telephone 528-0757 

State Road 

Great Barnngton 



MILLY'S BEAUTY SHOP 

Main Street 

Sheffield 

Telephone 229-8833 



GULOTTAS GULF 

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BOTTLED GAS 

Main Street 
Sheffield 



Congratulations and Best 
Wishes to the Class of 1968 

DEMPSEY'S 
GARAGE, INC. 

42 Bridge Street 
Pontiac. Buick. and G M.C. 

Sales and Service 
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Salon of Beauty 

Distinctive Hair Styling 

East Canaan, Conn. 

Telephone: 

TAylor 4-7510 



GEORGE MIELKE 

Electric and Acetylene Welding 

Used Auto Parts 

Lime Kiln Road 

Sheffield 

Telephone 229-7762 



BACHETTI'S ESSO 
STATION 

State Road 
Great Barnngton 



E. B. DOLBY 

"Florist" 
Great Barnngton 



Heartiest Congratulations 

To Graduates of the Class of 1968 

Your Friends at 

CANAAN SAVINGS BANK 

Savings Accounts— Home Loans 



Compliment 1 - 

E. CALIGARI & SON. INC. 

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KERSEYS MARKET 

Sheffield 



MAL'S SERVICE STATION 



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CUSTOM BRIDAL 
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Bridal Gowns and Veils 

Attendants' Gowns— Prom 

Dresses 

Invitations and Other 

Accessories 

Cakes and Catering 

Mrs. James Funk 

Ashley Falls 

Telephone 229-2623 



R. W. TRYON, 
CONSTRUCTION 

Raymond Tryon — 

Carl Champigny 

Grading, Land Clearing 

Contract or Hourly Rate 

Farm Improvement. Pond, 

and Road Work 

Telephone 528-2583 



Compliments of 

WARD'S 

NURSERY and 

GARDEN 

CENTER 



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Hillside 
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Hartsville 



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IRA E. MARKHAM 

Asphalt paving, excavating, 

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stone, sand, honing. 

rolling and trucking 

South Egremont— 

413-528-0706 



KENVER LTD. 

Ski shops, country clothes. 

riding equipment, tennis. 

hunting and fishing 

South Egremont— 

413-528-2330 



JAMES E. KIMBALL, 
JR., INC. 

Coal-Oil-Wood 
34 Rosseter St., 
Great Barnngton 



Compliments of 

CONKLIN 
LIMESTONE CO., 
INC. 

Canaan. Conn. 



Compliments of 

BUTTERNUT 
BASIN SKI SCHOOL 



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BUILDERS, INC. SHEFFIELD 



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VARSITY BASEBALL TEAM: Pitchers-H. Crine, T. 
Sindler, K. Frengs; catchers— B.OIinski, J. Howard, 
R. Manghue; first basemen— B. Dodge, B. Marion; 
second basemen— L. Gulotta, B. Bulter; shortstops— 
T. Smith, B. Chapin; third baseman— T. Gunzin- 
ger; outfielders— M. Edelman, J. Bennett, S. Cary; 
managers— R. Cronk, B. Parker; coach— Mr. 
Gauthier. 



JUNIOR VARSITY BASEBALL TEAM: Pitcher-t. 
Harvey; catcher— M. Cassidy; first baseman— J. 
Law; second baseman— E. Gulotta; shortstop— N. 
Pshenishny; third baseman— J. Hendrick; outfield- 
ers— J. Edelman, P. Schiffman, J. Stevens, L. 
Johnson, R. Manghue; manager— M. Smith; coach 
—Mr. Young. 



PICTURES CLOCKWISE FROM TOP: Frengs scores 
at Chester, Mitch Smith attending the scoreboard 
at the top of the first, Gulotta with plenty of time, 
Crine's slider, a win at Roe-Jan, Scorekeeper 
McPeak returning from meeting with Roe-Jan 
scorekeeper, umpire watching a ball to Smith. 
CENTER PICTURES: Coach Gauthier signaling 
(surjtly) for a bunt, a problematic call at Williams, 
a Smith pitch. 



1967 BASEBALL SCHEDULE AND 
RECORD-VARSITY 



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Chatham 


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CHATHAM 


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McCann 


A27 


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+ Searles 


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M16 


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M18 


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Roe Jan 


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M22 


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McCann 


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PICTURE ABOVE: Mr. Gauthier introduces the 1967 Aurigan Bowl participants: girls team 
—Kit Anderson, Barbara Martin, Holly Campbell, and April Hamilton (alternates— Jessie 
Newton, Kay Betty Leining); boys team— Manfred Liebsch, Tom Smith, David Campbell, 
and Billy Carton (alternates-George Mager, Mike Parker). PICTURES BELOW: Marie casts 
a critical eye on the 1967 Aurigan, the yearbook dance. PICTURES OPPOSITE-STACKED: 
Gail Wuon lights the fifth candle— symbolizing service— during the National Honor Society 
induction ceremony, the band marches on Memorial Day 1967, distribution of the 1967 
Aurigan. PICTURE FAR RIGHT: Memorial Day musicians. 




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PICTURES AT LEFT, TOP TO BOTTOM: Flowers for the moon, shorts, paint, and bare feet, moon music. CENTER, TOP TO BOTTOM: Evelyn Dempsey 
and her court (Cathy Steuerwald, Janet Chase, Maureen Small, Evelyn Dempsey, Jill Zwick, Susan Sellew, Cindy Doane, Gail Wuori), Queen Evelyn and 
her escort, Bill Dodge. RIGHT: Janet and Bob see something (?) in the "moon fountain." 



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PICTURES TOP: "Coach" Mager consoles his basketball star, "Herbie." after another loss. 
CENTER: Seniors relive their first dance, an administrative question ("Where's Lincoln?"), 
graduating seniors— June 16, 1967, BOTTOM: Mager projects himself into the role of a 
first grader. 



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Summer school for the Southern Berkshire Regional 
School District, from July 6 until August 10, offered a 
variety of courses under Director William Mielke: Mr. 
Fryc, driver education; Mr. Chamberland, Mr. Shmin- 
ski, and Mr. Sano, the work-study program; Mr. Vad- 
ney, mathematics; Mr. Gauthier, recreation and cur- 
rent events; Mr. Herlihy, recreation and comparative 
government; Mr. Oleen, basic electricity and photog- 



raphy; Mr. Brolli, drama workshop; Mr. Cote, French; 
Mrs. Draper, beginning typing; Mr. May, arts and 
crafts. Senior Kit Anderson and June graduate April 
Hamilton served as teacher's aids in the recreation 
program. Graduate Inga Ruthel, senior Sheila Far- 
num, and sophomore Janis Bosworth helped in the 
Headstart program. 



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PICTURES LEFT TO RIGHT: Mount Everett Regional 
School early one summer day, (above) some spears 
of Whitman-like summer grass, (below) Mr. Cham- 
berland, Chris Agar, and some administrative de- 
tails, (right) five girls— Sharon Gleason. Ruth Peder- 
sen, Donna Coles, Theodora Chase, Donna Bachetti 
—making the most out of summer. 





PICTURES ABOVE LEFT TO RIGHT: Custodians: Mr John Rooney. 
Mr. Lester Welch. Mr. Robert Ball. Mr. John Rokos. Mr. Louis 
Arzt— head custodian. Secretaries: Mrs. Helen Koneazny, Mrs. 
Sabina Ullrich. Mrs. Muriel Rokos. Mrs. Grace Arzt. Mrs Frances 
Kelsey. PICTURE AT LEFT: Kitchen staff: Mrs Jean Curtis. Mrs 
Elizabeth Adams-dietician. Mrs. Mary Martin. Mrs. Phyllis Smith. 
Mrs. Grace Gleason PICTURE AT RIGHT: Library assistant 
Mrs. Inez Streeter. 




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COMMITTEE MEMBERS 

Mrs. Karl W. Bartzsch 

Mr. Robert I. Bright 

Miss Faye Campbell 

Mrs. Robert J. Donelan 

Mr. Neil G. Fletcher 

Mr. James E. Kimball, Jr. 

Mr. Angus R. MacDonald 

Mr. Roger Salzman 

Mr. Harold R. Stover, Chairman 

Mr. Frank R. Wright 



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Grades 5 through 12 



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MARION E. GARRAHAN. North Adams 
State College-B S., University of Hart- 
ford-M.Ed.; CAGS; Reading; Reading 
Director, S. B. R. S. D. Teachers Associa- 
tion Secretary. Berkshire Council of the 
International Reading Association— Presi 
dent. 




OPPOSITE PAGE-TOP ROW; MARCIA E. BROLLI. Colby 
College— B.A.; English; Peanut Preview Adviser, Seventh 
Grade Adviser. BRIAN W. CALLAHAN. State University 
at Cortland— B.S.. M.S.; Physical Education. Health; 
Physical Education Director. Intramurals Director, Senior 
Class Adviser, Football and Gymnastics Coach. RAYMOND 
F. CHAMBERLAND, JR.. University of Notre Dame- 
A.B.; Science, Vocational Education; Basketball Coach. 
Adult Education Director, Assistant Supervising Principal. 
ALICE R. CHAPMAN, University of Mmnesota-B.A ; 
English; Auriga Adviser. Sophomore Class Adviser. RUTH 
D CLARK. Barnard College— B. A., University of Wisconsin 
— M.A., Farleigh Dickinson University— M.A.T.; Mathe 
matics. PAUL R. CORBETT. Fordham University-B.S.; 
Business Education; Public Relations Club Adviser. Intra- 
murals Director SECOND ROW: ROBERT L. A. COTE. 
St. Anselm's College— A. B.; French; Freshman Class 
Adviser, Cross Country Coach, Adult Education— French, 
American Field Service Adviser. EDGAR L. DAVIS. Colby 
College— B. A.. University of Massachusetts— M Ed.; 
English; Chess Club Adviser. Aurigan Adviser, Senior 
Class Adviser, Audiovisual Director. EMMA S. DRAPER. 
Maryland State College— B.S.; Business Education; Eighth 
Grade Typing Club, Auriga Adviser. ROBERT L. DUNHAM. 
University of Maine— B.S.; Mathematics; Sophomore Class 
Adviser, Adult Education— Private Pilot Ground Course. 
SUSAN E. FRISBIE, University of Massachusetts-B.S.; 
Health. Physical Education; Girls' Intramurals Director, 
Cheerleading Adviser, G. A. A. Adviser. BERNARD J. 
FRYC. North Adams State College-B. S.; Social Studies; 



Intramurals Director, Games Club Adviser. Seventh Grade 
Adviser, Assistant Football Coach. THIRD ROW: ROBERT 
M. GAUTHIER, St. Anselm's College-A.B.; Civics, 
Economics; Student Council Adviser, School Store Adviser. 
Class Officers Club Adviser, Junior Varsity Basketball 
Coach, Baseball Coach, S. B. R. S. D. Teachers Associa- 
tion President. MICHAEL T. HEGGIE, Rider College-B. A.; 
University of Pittsburgh— MA. : English; Dramatics Club 
Adviser, Senior Play Director. JAMES C. HERLIHY. 
American International College— B. A.. M.A.; History. 
Driver's Education; Freshman Class Adviser, Photo Electric 
Club Adviser. Faculty Manager, Teachers Association 
Collective Bargaining Chairman. WAYNE A. JOSEPH, 
Emerson College— B.S.; Speech Therapy. JANICE L. 
KEEFNER, Westfield State College-B.S.Ed.: English; 
Eighth Grade Adviser, Junior High Dramatics Club Adviser, 
S. B. R. S. D. Teachers Association Vice-President. JOSEPH 
L. KELLEY, Merrimack College— B. A.; Biology, Elementary 
Science; Junior Class Adviser, S. B. R. S. D. Teachers 
Association Building Representative. FOURTH ROW: 
PHYLLIS L. LARKIN, Simmons-B.S.; Home Economics 
LINDA J. LEWIS. University of Massachusetts-B.A. 
French; Girls' Basketball Coach. GEORGE T. MAY, Massa 
chusetts School of Art-B.S.E.. North Adams-M.E. 
Art; District Art Director, Arts and Crafts Adviser. Eighth 
Grade Adviser. PAUL MENIN, University of Massachusetts 
— B.A.; Physical Education, Social Studies; Cross Country 
Coach. Intramurals Director, Eighth Grade Adviser. 
GREGORY S. NOLDER. Holyoke Junior College-A.A., 
University of Dayton— B.S., University of Connecticut— 



M.A.; Behavioral Science, Guidance. ROBERT H. OLD- 
FIELD, State College at Boston— A. B ; Physical Science, 
Junior High Science; Science Club Adviser. Debating Club 
Adviser. FIFTH ROW: HOLGER D OLEEN, New York 
University— B.S.; Physics, Basic Electricity. Mathematics; 
Physics Club Adviser EMILIE L. PIPER. Connecticut 
College for Women— B. A., Cornell University— M. A. 
Librarian. BARBARA B. RHOADES. University of Massa 
chusetts— B.S.; English; National Honor Society Adviser 
ARTHUR D. RUTSTEIN, University of Vermont-B.A.; US 
History. Problems of Democracy. Vocational Education 
HARRY H. SANO. JR.. Keene State College-B.Ed. 
Industrial Arts, Driver's Education; Junior Class Adviser 
Shop Service Director, Junior High Industrial Arts Director 
Adult Education-Woodworking. ALBERT J. TROCCHI 
Bates College-A.B., North Adams State College-M.Ed., 
Mathematics; Mount Everett Regional School Supervising 
Principal, Berkshire County Principals Association- 
President, Massachusetts Secondary School Principals 
Association— ScholarshipCommittee.UMassSmallSchools 
Basketball Committee. BOTTOM ROW: LEA S. VACHON, 
Kings College— B.S.; Boston University School of Social 
Work-M.S.S.S.; School Adjustment Counselor. DONALD 
A. VADNEY, San Jose State College-B.A.; Mathematics; 
Eighth Grade Adviser. MYRON M. WARTELLA, Mansfield 
State College— B.S. Music. New England Conservatory of 
Music— MM; Music Director; Band Director. Choir Director. 
ALEXANDER J. YOUNG. Lafayette College-A.B.; Chem- 
istry, General Science. Mathematics. 




ABOVE: LILLIAN E. PREISS. Radchffe College. North Adams State Col 
lege— B. A., Faculty Forum; Guidance Counselor. Junior Tea Adviser. 
Aurigan Bowl Adviser, Regional Educational Testing Service Supervisor. 
WELLES H. SELLEW. JR.; Building Structures; Shop Adviser RIGHT: 



JAMES A. SHIMINSKI. Fitchburg State College-B. S.: Industrial Arts. 
Elementary Science, Mathematics. Building Structures Plant Mainten 
ance; Student Activities Adviser. Assistant Supervising Principal. 



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ARNOLD CLIFDEN AGAR, JR., b. September 2, 1949; Arts and 
Crafts 2, Audiovisual 2; Cooking 1, 2; Groundskeeping 3; Intra- 
murals 1,2; Model Making 2; Weightlifting 3; Wrestling 1. MARSHA 
ANN AGAR, b. September 2, 1950; Allied Youth 1, 2; Band 1, 2, 
3; Glee Club 1; Intramurals 1; Library 1; Aurigan 4; Kitchen Staff 
3, 4-Head Senior 4. 






ABOVE: Some concrete, freshly poured into foundation forms set up by Mr. 
Sellews Building Structures group, is leveled off by versatile senior Kit Anderson 
IMMEDIATELY ABOVE: Senior Rick Mielke performs, in a |ungle of musical 
instruments, on Memorial Day LEFT: A Kathy Packlick portrait of Sherry Caul. 
OPPOSITE PAGE: "Best dancers" Frank Higgins and Kathy Packlick approximate 
the joie de vivre of the 1968 seniors for photographer Kit Anderson 



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Marilyn Beneat 



James Bennett 




Thomas Brown 



Linda Camp 




David Campbell 



ABOVE-TOP: The night before the first football game, a lit-up school, 
and a cheerleader (Kit Anderson) silhouette. ABOVE: Bruce Tichenor, 
Cross Country captain, running an uphill stretch of the cross country 
course. 



KATHARINE ANDERSON, b. September 27, 1951; Allied Youth 1 , 2; American 
Field Service 2, 3, 4; Band 1; Cheerleading 2, 3, 4; Future Teachers 1; 
GAA 2, 4; German Club 2; Glee Club 1, 2; Gymnastics 1, 2, 3, 4; Majorettes 
1, 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society 2, 3, 4; Newspaper Club 1, 2, 3; Prom 
3; Russian Club 3; Student Leader 3; Aurigan 3, 4— Executive Editor 4. 
Debating3; Spanish4. MARILYN JEAN BENEAT, b. July6, 1950; Allied Youth 
1, 2; Cooking 1; Driver's Ed. 3; Glee Club 1, 2; Intramurals 1; Auriga 3; 
Prom 3; Senior Play 4; Sewing Club 3; Aurigan 3, 4— Secretary 4. JAMES 
GLENN BENNETT, b. April 8, 1950; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; 
Cross Country 2, 3, 4-Co-captain 3; Driver's Ed. 3; Golf 1, 2 3; Hall 
Monitor 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Leader 4; Volleyball 1; 
Weightlifting 1; Aurigan 4. SARAH JANE BLODGETT, b. January 1, 1951; 
Allied Youth 2; Girls' Basketball 4; Driver's Ed. 3; Future Teachers 3- 
Vice-President; Math Club 3; National Honor Society 3, 4; Newspaper Club 
3, 4; Physics Club 4; Prom 3; Aurigan 4— Administration and Faculty 
Editor; Chorus 1. SUSAN SHARRAR BROOKS, b. July 29, 1950; Allied Youth 

1, 2— Vice Pres. 2; American Field Service 2, 3; Class Treasurer 2, 3, 4; 
Driver's Ed. 3; GAA 2, 3; Glee Club 1, 3; Newspaper Club 3; Prom 3; 
Senior Play 4; Sewing Club 2, 3; Aurigan 4; Ring Committee 1. THOMAS 
KEVIN BROWN, b. December 3, 1949; Band 1, 2, 3; Baseball Manager 1 
Driver's Ed. 3; Glee Club 1. LINDA LUCILLE CAMP, b. July 5, 1950 
Dramatics 4; Intramurals 4; Senior Play 4; Aurigan 4; Candy Striper 3 
GAA 2, 3; Pep Club 2, 3; Prom 3; Business Club 2; Band 2; Magazine Drive 

2. DAVID CAMPBELL, b. October 10, 1950; American Field Service 2, 3; 
Baseball 2; Chess 1, 2; Driver's Ed. 3; Football 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 



3, 4; Senior Play 4; Student Leader 3, 4; Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4; Weightlifting 

1, 2, 3, 4; Aurigan 4; Basketball Usher 2, 3, 4. HOLLY CAMPBELL, b. Dec- 
ember 5, 1950; Camera Club 2; Chess Club 1; Dramatics 1, 2, 4; German 
Club 1; National Honor Society 4; Auriga 1, 2, 4— Editor-in-chief 4; Russian 
Club 2; Senior Play Producer 4; Student Exchange— summer 1967; no junior 
year. SHERRY ANN CAUL, b. September 1, 1950; Allied Youth 1, 2; Class 
Secretary 1; Driver's Ed. 3; GAA 1; Glee Club 1; Gymnastics 1; Auriga 3; 
Sewing Club 3; Aurigan 4. JOHN ANTHONY CAVALIER, b. January 15, 
1951; Allied Youth 2; Chess Club 2; Class Vice President 4; Dramatics 2, 
3; Driver's Ed. 3; Football 2, 3, 4; Gymnastics 3, 4; Hall Monitor 4; Intra- 
murals 2, 3-Captain 3; Math Club 2, 3; Physics Club 3, 4; Prom 3; Senior 
Play Lead Role 4; Student Government Representative 4; Student Leader 
4; Volleyball 4; Weightlifting 2, 3; Aurigan 4— Sports Editor, Debating 

2, 3; Swimming 1; Newspaper Editor-in-Chief 1; Class Secretary 1; 
Debating 1; Dramatics 1. WILLIAM THOMAS CHAPIN, b. March 30, 
1950; Allied Youth 1; American Field Service 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4- 
Vice President 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Student 
Council Representative 4; Driver's Ed. 3; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 3; 
Hall Monitor 3, 4; Intramurals 1; Prom 3; Senior Play 4; Student Leader 4; 
Aurigan 4; Boys State 3; All-County Band. RUTH L. CHASE, b. May 28, 
1950; Allied Youth 1, 2; Driver's Ed. 3; Math Club 3; Auriga 2, 3-Literary 
Editor 3; Prom 3; Aurigan 4-Features Editor. JOYCE MARGARET CLOUSER, 
b. April 16, 1950; Chess 2; Intramurals 1, 2, 3; Sculpturing Club 1; 
Kitchen Staff 4. 



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John Cavalier 



Susan Brooks 




Sherry Caul 






ABOVE: After lunch hour release, yearbook artist Linda Warren works on. 



William Chapin 




Ruth Chase 



Joyce Clouser 



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James Collins 



Barbara Coons 




Senior athletes— Terry Lee 
Gunzinger and Cheryl Lee 
Hall. 



Theodore Dombrowski 




Sheila Farnum 



Donna Gower 




JAMES LAURENCE COLLINS, JR., b. January 30. 
1951; Audiovisual 1,2; Baseball 2; Chess 1; Cooking 
1, 2; Cross Country 3, 4; Driver's Ed. 3; Glee Club 

1, 2; Golf 2; Hall Monitor 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 
4; Aurigan 4. BARBARA ROSE COONS, b. February 
20, 1950; Allied Youth 1, 2; American Field Service 

2, 3, 4; Cheerleading 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1; Auriga 
2, 3; Prom 3; Student Leader4; Aurigan 3, 4— Aurigan 
coordinator 4. THEODORE ANTHONY DOMBROW- 
SKI, b. October 7, 1950; Basketball 2; Camera Club 

2, 3; Dramatics 4; Football 2, 3, 4; Groundskeeping 
2; Intramurals 2; Math Club 2; Prom 3. RICHARD 
ALPHONSO DOZIER, b. June 21, 1950; Basketball 
1, 2, 3, 4; Chess 1; Cooking 1; Football 3; Glee Club 
2; Groundskeeping 2; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Games 

3. ROBERT ARTHUR DURYEA, b. February 13, 1951; 
Allied Youth 2; Dramatics 2, 3; Driver's Ed. 3; Gym- 
nastics 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3; National Honor 
Society 2, 3, 4; Physics Club 4; Prom 3; Senior 
Play 4; Volleyball 3, 4; Aurigan 4— Underclassmen 
editor; Debating 3. MARK WILLIAM EDELMAN, b 
June 9, 1950; Baseball 3, 4; Football 3, 4; Hal 
Monitor 4; Student Leader 4; Volleyball 3, 4; Wres 
tling 3; Aurigan 4. SHEILA MARIE FARNUM, b. Sep 
tember 7, 1950; Arts and Crafts 1; Camera Club 2; 
Driver's Ed. 3; GAA 1; Intramurals 1, 2; Library 
Club 1 , 2; Prom Committee 3; Senior Play 4; Student 
Leader 3; Kitchen help 3, 4. THOMAS JAMES FLYNN, 
b. December 15, 1948. DONNA MARIE GOWER, b. 
June 25, 1950; Dramatics 4; Driver's Ed. 3; Senior 
Play 4; Aurigan 4. CHRISTA GRABMEIER, b. Janu- 
ary 11, 1949; GAA 3; Glee Club 1; Intramurals 1, 
2; Volleyball 2, 3; Field Hockey 3. TERRY LEE GUN 
ZINGER, b. March 12, 1950; Allied Youth 1, 2 
American Field Service 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4 
Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Class President 2; Driver's Ed 
3; Football 1, 2, 3, 4-Captain 4; German Club 2; 
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Gymnastics 1, 2, 3, 4-Acting 
Captain 3; Hall Monitor 3, 4; Prom 3; School Store 
2; Ski Club 1, 2, 3; Student Leader 3, 4; Volleyball 
1, 2, 3, 4; Weightlifting 1, 2, 3, 4; Aurigan 4. CHERYL 
LEE HALL, b. March 7, 1950; Allied Youth 2; Cheer- 
leading 2, 3, 4— Captain 4; Driver's Ed. 3; Glee Club 
1, 2; Gymnastics 1, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2; Major- 
ettes 2, 3, 4; Prom 3; Senior Play 4; Student Leader 

3, 4; Aurigan 4. EDWARD LEROY HALL, b. May 23, 
1949; Arts and Crafts 4; Audio-Visual 3; Camera Club 
2; Intramurals 2, 3, 4. EDWARD MARTIN HARVEY, 
b. September 11, 1950; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Cooking 1; 
Driver's Ed. 3; Football 3, 4; Hall Monitor 3, 4; Intra- 
murals 1, 2, 3, 4; Auriga 1; Student Leader 4; Volley- 
ball 4; Weightlifting 3; Games Club 3. JOHN LYLE 
HENDRICK, b. August 23, 1950; Allied Youth 1; 
Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4-Manager 1; Camera Club 2; 
Driver's Ed. 3; Golf 1; Hall Monitors 4; Intramurals 
1, 2, 3, 4; Student Leader 4; Volleyball 4; Wrestling 
3; Games Club 3. THERESA JOAN HEWINS, b. 
December 9, 1950; Arts and Crafts 1; Chess Club 1; 
Driver's Ed. 3; GAA 2; Glee Club 1; Intramurals 2; 
Russian Club 3; Sewing Club 2; Student Leader 3; 
Kitchen Help 4. ANN BRIDGET HIGGINS, b. March 
10, 1949; Allied Youth 1, 2; GAA 1, 2; Glee Club 1; 
Golf 2; Intramurals 1,2, 3, 4; Sewing Club 3; Aurigan 

4. FRANK HIGGINS, b. January 6, 1951; Baseball 
1; Basketball 3, 4; Cooking 1; Cross Country 1; 
Dramatics 1, 2; Driver's Ed. 3; Golf 2, 3; Intramurals 
1, 2. 3, 4; Prom 3. 



Edward Harvey 



John Hendnck 



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Richard Dozier 




Robert Duryea 



Terry Gunzinger 



Cheryl Hall 



Mark Edelman 




ABOVE-LEFT TO RIGHT: 

Senior artists 
Bob Marion and Linda 
Warren; senior musicians 
Bruce Tichenor and 
Elizabeth Pezzee: 
senior Adonis, Bill 
Chapin. and senior 
Aphrodite, Cheryl Hall. 



Edward Hal 




Theresa Hewins 



Ann Higgms 



Frank Higgms 



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John Johnston 



Carolyn Kimball 



Laura Klein 



Manfred Liebsch 



VIRGINIA JEAN JOHNSON, b. October 1, 1949; Dramatics 
2; Driver's Education 4; Future Teachers of America 3; 
GAA 2. 4; Intramurals 1, 2; Kitchen Staff 3, 4. JOHN R. 
JOHNSTON, b. April 16, 1951; Allied Youth 1; Class Officer 
1— Student Council 1; Dramatics 1; Driver's Education 4; 
Golf 1; Gymnastics 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1; Senior Play 
4. CAROLYN RUTH KIMBALL, b. August 3, 1951; Allied 
Youth 1, 2; American Field Service 3, 4; Dramatics 1, 2, 
3, 4— Vice-President 2, Secretary 3; Future Teachers of 
America 1, 2, 3; GAA 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1; Gymnastics 
1, 4; Intramurals 1, 3; Prom Committee 3; Senior Play 4; 
Sewing Club 2, 3: Ski Club 1; Aurigan 4— Senior Play Editor. 
LAURA JEAN KLEIN, b. April 14, 1950; American Field 
Service 2, 3, 4; Arts and Crafts 4; Dramatics 4; Driver's 
Education 4: Future Teachers of America 1, 2, 3, 4— Sec- 
retary 1, 2, President 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Auriga 3; 
Prom Committee 3— Invitations Chairman 3; Russian club 



3; Aurigan 3, 4-Literary Editor. MANFRED LIEBSCH, b. 
May 8, 1949; Driver's Education 3; Football 1; Hall Monitor 
3, 4; National Honor Society 2, 3, 4— President 4: Physics 
Club 3, 4; Prom Committee 3; Senior Play 4; Aurigan 3, 
4-Business Manager. BEVERLY MACHIA, b. November 21, 
1948; Arts and Crafts 1; Band 1, 2; Driver's Education 4; 
GAA 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2; Golf 2; Intramurals 1, 2; Prom 
Committee 3— Food Chairman 3; Sculpturing Club 2; Sewing 
Club 2; Student Leader 3; Aurigan 4; Kitchen Staff 3, 4; 
Nursing Club 3. MARIE MALNATI, b. May 31, 1950; Allied 
Youth 1, 2; American Field Service 2, 3, 4— Secretary 2, 3, 
4; Dramatics 3; Driver's Education 3; GAA 1; German Club 
2; Glee Club 1; Intramurals 1; National Honor Society 2, 3, 
4— Secretary 4; Physics Club 3, 4; Prom Committee 3— 
Co-Chairman 3; Senior Play 4; Sewing Club 2, 3; Student 
Exchange 1; Student Leader 4; Aurigan 4— Senior Section 
Editor. 




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PICTURE BELOW LEFT: Students support John Cavalier for Student 
Government Day. PICTURE BELOW RIGHT: Bill Chapin examines 
muscle tissue during a Senior Science lab period. 




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RENE MANGHUE, b. January 1, 1950; Allied Youth 2; Audio-Visual 1, 3; 
Band 1; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 3, 4; Cross Country 2; Intramurals 
1, 3; School Store 4; Student Leader 4; Volleyball 2. THOMAS MANGHUE, 
b. March 29, 1948; Arts and Crafts 1: Audio-Visual 1; Cooking 1; Football 
3; Glee Club 1; Intramurals 1, 2; Model Making Club 2; Prom 3; Weightlifting 
3. ROBERT JOHN MARION, b. July 2, 1950; Allied Youth 1; Arts and Crafts 
3; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Class President 3; Driver's 
Education 2; Football 1; Hall Monitor 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2; Model Making 
Club 1; Prom 3; School Store 3; Senior Play 4; Aurigan 4. BARBARA ELLEN 
MARTIN, b. October 1, 1950; Allied Youth 1, 2; Amercian Field Service 2, 3, 
4; Girls' Softball 2; Girls' Basketball 2; Dramatics 4; Driver's Education 3; 
GAA 1, 2, 3; German Club 2; Glee Club 1; Gymnastics 1; Intramurals 1, 2, 3; 
National Honor Society 2, 3, 4— Treasurer 4; Auriga 3— Co-Features Editor 
3; Prom 3; Senior Play 3; Sewing Club 2; Girls' Volleyball 2, 3; Aurigan 3, 
4-Editor-in-Chief 4; Aurigan Bowl 1, 2, 3; Little Red Schoolhouse 2; Girls' 
Field Hockey 1, 2, 3. BRUCE ELLIOT MAZERALLE, b. June 7, 1950; Audio- 



Visual 1, 2, 3; Chess Club 1, 2; Cooking 1; Dramatics 1; Driver's Education 
3; Glee Club 1; Groundskeeping 3; Intramurals 1, 2, 3; Model Making Club 2 
Newspaper Club 1; Ski Club 1. FREDERICK CARL MIELKE, b. August 30, 1950 
Allied Youth 1, 2; American Field Service 2, 3; Audio-Visual 3; Band 1, 2, 3, 4 
Basketball 4; Class Vice-President 3; Cross Country 2, 3, 4; Driver's Educa 
tion 3; Football 1; Hall Monitor 4; Intramurals 1; 2; Prom 3; Senior Play 4 
Student Leader 4. WILLIAM RICHARD NARDO, b. March 27, 1950; Senior 
Play 4. JESSIE GENINE NEWTON, b. July 17, 1950; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Cheer- 
leading 3, 4— Captain 4; Driver's Education 3; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4— President 
4; Majorettes 2, 3, 4— Lead Majorette 3, 4; National Honor Society 2, 3. 
4— Vice President 4; Prom 3; Senior Play 2, 4; Student Leader 3, 4; Aurigan 
4-Sales Manager 4. GARY CLIFFORD O'BRIEN, b. January 4, 1951; Arts 
and Crafts 2; Audio-Visual 2; Driver's Education 3; Intramurals 2, 3; Model 
Making Club 2; Weightlifting 2; Kitchen Help 4. ROBERT ERNEST OLINSKI, 
b. February 4, 1949; Baseball 3; Dramatics 4; Driver's Education 3; Football 
3; Glee Club 1, 2; Golf Club 3; Gymnastics 3; Hall Monitor 4; Intramurals 




Susan Rueger 



Judy Schneider 



Larry Schoonmaker 



ABOVE: In a scrimmage against Salisbury, Rene Manghue 
goes in for a lay-up while Rick Mielke (33) moves in 
for rebounding position. 



12 3 4; Auriga 3; Prom 3; School Store 4; Senior Play 4; Ski Club 1, 2, 
3 : Student Leader 3; Volleyball 3; Weightlifting 3; Wrestling 4. KATHLEEN 
ANN PACKLICK, b. August 2, 1950; Allied Youth 1, 2; American Field 
Service 2, 3, 4; Cheerleading 3, 4 -Assistant Captain 4; Student 
Council Representative 1, 2, 3, 4-Secretary 3, Vice-President 4; Dramatics 
2; Driver's Education 3; GAA 1, 2; German Club 2; Glee Club 1; Majorettes 
2 3 4; Auriga 3; Prom 3; School Store 3; Sewing Club 3; Ski Club 1, 2; 
Student Exchange 2; Aurigan 4-Photography Editor 4. MARY ELINA PAUL, 
b January 16, 1951; Band 1; Cooking 1; GAA 1, 2; Library Club 1, 2; Sewing 
Club 1, 2. LORETTA MAY PECK, b. January 24, 1950; Allied Youth 1, 2; 
Band 1; Driver's Education 2; Glee Club l;'Prom 3; Senior Play 4; Sewing 
Club 3; Aurigan 4. ELIZABETH ANN PEZZEE, b. May 15, 1950; Allied Youth 
1, 2; American Field Service 2, 3; Band 1, 2, 3, 4-Secretary-Treasurer 4; 
Basketball 3; Driver's Education 3; Future Teacher's 2, 3-Secretary 2; GAA 
1, 2, 3; Glee Club 1, 3, 4; Prom 3; Volleyball 3; Aurigan 4— Activities Editor. 
ROBERTA MARIE PREISS, b. March 4, 1951; Allied Youth 1, 2; American 



Field Service 2, 3; Band 1, 2, 3, 4-Secretary 2; Class Secretary 2, 3. 4; 
Dramatics 2; Driver's Education 4; Future Teacher's 3: GAA 1, 2, 3: Ger- 
man Club 2; Glee Club 1, 3; Intramurals 1; National Honor Society 2, 3. 4; 
Prom 3; Ski Club 1,3; Student Leader 3; Aurigan 4-Candids Editor. ROBERTA 
ELEANOR READ, b. November 5, 1948; Allied Youth 2; Dramatics 4; Driver's 
Education 4; Library Club 2; Auriga 1. SUSAN MARGARET RUEGER, b. March 
27, 1949; GAA 3, 4; Intramurals 2. 3, 4. JUDY ANNE SCHNEIDER, b. 
September 13, 1950; Allied Youth 1, 2-Student Representative; Cheerleading 
3, 4; Class Vice-President 1, 2; Dramatics 1, 2, 3. 4; GAA 1. 2, 3; Intramurals 
1, 2, 3; Prom 3; Senior Play 2,4; Student Leader 3; Aurigan 4. LARRY DENNIS 
SCHOONMAKER, b. March 2, 1950; Allied Youth 1; Baseball 1. 2; Basketball 
1, 2, 3, 4-Captain 4; Driver's Education 3; Football 2, 3; Hall Monitor 3. 
4; Intramurals 1; Prom 3-Co-Chairman 3; Student Leader 3, 4-Head Leader 
3, 4; Aurigan 4— Prom Editor 4. 




Frederick Mielke 



William Nardo 



Jessie Newton 



Gary O'Brien 



Robert Olmski 




Elizabeth Pezzee 



Roberta Preiss 



Roberta Read 




ABOVE: Seniors and underclassmen gather around a bonfire as Pine Plains 
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Esther Smith 




Lawrence Sturges 



Bruce Tichenor 



Susan Turner 



Phyllis Van Deusen 



GARY MERRILL SHEPARD, b. August 9, 1950; Camera 1, 2; 
Driver's Education 3; Model Making 1; Physics Club 3, 4: Auri- 
gan 4. ESTHER EILEEN SMITH, b. June 22, 1950; GAA 3; 
Glee Club 1; Intramurals 1, 2, 3; Prom Committee 3; Senior 
Play 4; Kitchen Staff 4. LAWRENCE CHRISTOPHER STURGES, 
b. January 31, 1951; Allied Youth 1; Basketball 1; Driver's 
Education 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3; Model Making 1, 2; Ski Club 
3. BRUCE LEIGH TICHENOR, b. November 1, 1950; Allied 
Youth 1, 2; American Field Service 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4- 



President 3, 4; Baseball 1; Class Officer 4-President 4; Cross 
Country 1, 2. 3, 4-Co-Captain 3, Captain 4; Glee Club 1; Hall 
Monitor 3, 4; Intramurals 3; Prom Committee 3; Student Ex- 
change 1; Student Leader 4; Volleyball 3; Aurigan 4; Western 
District Band 2, 4; Boys' State 3; All County Band 2, 3, 4. 
SUSAN GAYLE TURNER, b. February 19, 1951; Chess Club 1; 
GAA 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Library 1; Auriga 1; 
Prom Committee 3; Volleyball 3; Bridge 1. PHYLLIS JEAN VAN 
DEUSEN, b. August 26, 1950; Allied Youth 1; GAA 1, 2, 3; Glee 



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senior program— for September, October, and November, a program 
called Germany and Italy. PICTURE BELOW: Senior Ted Dombrowski 
entertains underclassmen in the library. 





Linda Warren 



Lynne Whittaker 



Susan Wilcox 



Albert Wright 



Club 1, 2; Intramurals 4; National Honor Society 2, 3, 4; Prom 
Committee3—ProgramChairman;SewmgClub2; Student Leader 
3; Nursing Club 3-Secretary; Bridge Club 1. LINDA ANN 
WARREN, b. June 20. 1950; Allied Youth 1, 2; Band 1. 2; 
Driver's Education 3; Glee Club 2; Prom Committee 3-Decora 
tions Chairman; Student Leader 3, 4; Aurigan 3, 4— Art Editor. 
LYNNE HEATHER WHITTAKER, b. January 1. 1950; Arts and 
Crafts 1; GAA 2, 3; Intramurals 2; Prom Committee 3; Russian 
Club 3; Sculpturing Club 2; Senior Play 4; Sewing Club 2; Ski 



Club 1: Aurigan 4. SUSAN LINDA WILCOX, b. May 8. 1950; 
Band 1, 2. 3. 4; GAA 1, 2. 3. 4; Glee Club 1. 2; Field Hockey 
2. 3; Intramurals 1. 2. 3; Volleyball 1. 2, 3; Basketball 1. 2. 4; 
Softball 1. 2: Student Council 2. Aurigan 4. ALBERT DAVID 
WRIGHT, b. June 13. 1949; Audio-Visual 1. 2. 3; Baseball 3: 
Camera 1; Cooking 1; Football 4; Golf 1, 2; Intramurals 1. 2. 4; 
Model Making 1. 2: Weightlifting Club 3: Wrestling Club 2. 

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OPPOSITE PAGE (upper left): Dennis Buckley, a freshman, waits to 
get into the game against McCann. (upper right) blonde, personable 
Linda Tryon. a |unior. (lower left) a "new" |unior. Lauralei MacDonald. 
precedes other underclassmen from study hall to seventh period class, 
(lower middle) Arthur Greene, grade eight, and Ernest Louison. sopho- 
more, accentuate the beat during one of Mr. Wartella's band re 
hearsals. (lower right) a junior in Mr. Sellew's building structures 



group. James Smith, finishes a counter top. ABOVE LEFT: Freshman 

Stacey Brandt takes in a "happening" between Mount Everett's and 

Lee's |unior varsity football teams ABOVE RIGHT: Sharon Gleason. 

another freshman, keeps baby white rats on biology class scale 1 

Aurigan executive editor and photographer. Kit Anderson. 

ON FOLLOWING PAGES (58 through 62) Underclassmen pictures tak 

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CLASS OF 1969 (top to bottom); (ROW 1) Linda Brandt-(2) Susan Gillette, Susan Gage-(3) Peter Weigle. Ralph Wheeler. KEVIN 
WHEELER (TREASURER). Patricia Welch, Elaine Rood. Adele Wuon. Candice Stalker. Rose Wright. Bonnie Walsh, David Van Deusen, 
Thomas Sindler-(4) Suzanne O'Connell, Bonnie Morandi, TERRY KOLDYS (PRESIDENT). Vincent Ullrich, Linda Tryon-Catherine 
Dodge. Mary Leigh Rokos, Phillip Amidon, Mary Machia, Debra Kelsey, Barbara McNamara. Nicholas Pshenishny— (5) Penelope 
Funk, Gerald Ball, Betty Ball, Carol Eichstedt. Christopher Agar. William Carton— Gerald McPeak— (6) David Smith, Sheila Small, Allen 
Wells, James Smith, Laura Scholz, Ellen Shmulsky. Brian Trapnell. David Holmes. Kenneth Guartha. Cynthia Zucco. Sherry Van 
Deusen— (7) Chris Drumm, Ronald Carter, Carl German. Robert Cronk-Ursula Liebsch, Marie Pasche. CLAIRE JUDKINS (VICE PRESI 
DENT), Irene Klein— (8) Ingrid Ives, Lindsay Lanoue. Patricia Pezze. Patti Irvine— Nancy Clark, Holly Campbell, Donna Brazie. Stephen 
Berkel, Sharon Cushman, Nancy Berkel— Neil Pedersen— Michael Finn— (9) John Van Deusen, Dennis Hankey, Douglas Lopez, Edward 
Gulotta, Robert MacKenzie, Lawrence Loebig-Louis Gonzalez. Anne Pasche. ABSENT: Thomas Brown. TERRY CRUIKSHANK (SEC 
RETARY). Frederick Duryea, Thomas Funk, Alice Goble, John Golden, Lauralei MacDonald, Susan Riiska. 




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CLASS OF 1970 (top to bottom): (ROW 1) Michael Merritt, Stanley Olmsted, Bernard Kirchner, Christina Heddleson. Donna Camp. 
James Law— (2) Gary Brallier. William Cary— (3) Peter Pixley— Charles Mazeralle, Jane Van Deusen, Susan Cronk. Betty Hutchins, 
Susan Varney, Susan Pinkava, Ernest Louison, Mitchell Smith. Russell Rawling, James Stevens. Frederick Smith— (4) Joseph Read- 
Thomas Fleming, Leon Eichstedt, Joanne Bangs, Hazel Goodsill. Pamela Bock. MARY CHASE (SECRETARY)-(5) Jams Bosworth. 
Deborah Dempsey. Jean Chapin, Marcia Packlick, James Zucco, Craig Elliott. Edward Farnum, Frank Gallo— Nancy Duryea, Neil 
Crawford, Wayne Dunlop. James Edelman, Michael Cassidy— (6) Phillip Handlowich, Lawrence Johnson, Kent Milligan, Richard Gre- 
gory, Robert Miller, James Phillips. Susan Ball, Annora Leffmgwell, Judy Howard. Lynne O'Connell, Annehese Liebsch. Patricia Smith, 
Martha Merritt, Christine Salzmann-(7) Nancy Shmulsky. William Turner-GAIL GILMORE (VICE-PRESIDENT), Patricia Mielke. Wendy 
Gunzinger, Ellen Price, Marie Manghue, Marlene Warner, Sally Turner— William Simpson, Joseph Welch, William Touponce. ABSENT: 
Jeanne Alvarez, Brian Care, Andrea Eichstedt, Lauri Farnum, Keith Fletcher, John Fratalone, Donald Jones, CANDICE LEINING 
(TREASURER). RICHARD PATTERSON (PRESIDENT), Helga Paist, Dudley Race, Wayne Schoonmaker, Sandy Turner, Claudia Phillips. 



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CLASS OF 1971 (top to bottom): (ROW 1) Wray Gunn— (2) Nancy Pasche, Deborah Hankey. Marsha Johnson, Nancy Gilmore. Emelyn 
Harp. Sharon Gleason, David Macy. Kingdon Hunt. Stephen Leinmg, Richard Hardisty. Edward Machia, Daniel Miller. James John 
ston-(3) Candace Judkins. Stacey Brandt-David Irvine, Marie Baker, Dianne Day, DEBRA GREGORY (SECRETARY)-(4) Airlie Wheeler, 
Bonita Watson, Mary Welch, Sherri Wyman, Betsy Whisenant. Shelley Van Deusen— Kristine Pekrul, Cathi Meyer, Diane Salzmann, 
Madeline Smith-(5) Dolores Heath. Christine Rahm, Renate Liebsch. Linda Bnggs. Shelley L'Hommedieu-TIMOTHY HARRIGAN 
(VICE PRESIDENT), Kris Martin. James Small— (6) Edmond Tichenor, William Gulotta, Peter Delmolino, Arthur Batacchi. Dennis 
Buckley, John Bailey, Barry Davidson. Linda Rood. Barbara Phillips. Nancy Phillips— (7) Susan McNamara, Marguerite Smith. Deborah 
Dman. Ronald Ruthel. Robert Emberlin, Floyd Clouser, Donald Robare. David Pshenishny. John Cook, John Delmolino Madeline 
Robins, Judith Streeter— (8) Paul Thorn— Ann Carroll. Jeanne Brazee. Annette Bassett. Bonnie Butler— Mark Bachetti. Eugene Phil 
lips, Matthew Clark, Anthony Cavalier, James Stevens, Nancy Olmsted. Ellen Carter. Barbara Tompkins, Jack Anderson, Gary Driscoll 
—(9) Laun Rnska— Patricia Salisbury, Martha Shuts, Louise Antony, Robert Poirier, John Harvey— Bradford Parker, Patrick Moore. 
Michael Marchione— Mary Ellen Dombrowski, Claudia Allsop, Scott Bachetti— (10) Bruce Consolini, Paul Van Deusen, Nestor Avella, 
William West, Timothy Zucco, Robert Turner. Brook Walsh ABSENT: Mary Jane Anderson, Debra Caldwell, STANLEY COLLINS 
(PRESIDENT), JOHN GULOTTA (TREASURER). Julie MacDonald. David Pedersen. David Stevens. Clarence Wheeler 



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William Bender, David Hastedt, Fred Glanville. Richard Sellew, Stephen Shmulsky— (2) Jean 
Gingras. Timothy Briggs, Christopher Beattle, John Clouser, Joseph Carr, Peter Chase, Scott 
Davis, Anthony Ullrich, Bryan Rote, David Montrose, Johann Slerau. Michael Agar, Jeffrey 
Harvey-REGINA SILK (TREASURER)-Donna Wheeler, Marcia Wuori, Neil Lidstone, Paul 
Pixley— (3) John Rosier, Wayne Holmes— John Jasman, Karl Llebsch, Mark Van Horn, Delmar 
Tryon, Stephen Morris, Roger Tryon, John Sellew— Larry Stevens— (4) Sherry Candee. Sherry 
Cook-Barry Ball, Mary Ella Crawford, John Field, ARTHUR GREENE (PRESIDENT), Peter Cas 
sidy— Roger Stevens, Paul Handlowich, Charles Ball— (5) Winthrop Piper, Scott MacKenzle, 
Jennie Fink, Nancy MacDonald, Carol Maghery, Jill Lipsky, Cheryl Hewins, Nancy Lacerra, 
Duane Moulton, Daniel DuVall, Payson Richardson, Eric Haupt, Robert Law. Michael Gulotta, 



Thomas Lecakis, Kathy Mielke. Kim Marchione— (6) Elizabeth McKinstry. Jenny Merrit. Dawn 
Samuels, Sharon Ryder. Robin Schoonmaker, Judith Marion. Robert Frederick, James Olm- 
sted. Eric McCarthy. REX JUDKINS (VICE-PRESIDENT). George Martin-Thomas Packlick- 
Eric Carlson. Leigh Tryon. Douglas Lyman— (7) Diane Fratalone. Holly Curtis, Frances La 
Plante. Susan Martin. Ruth Carter. Margaret Burnett. Patricia Cassidy. ELIZABETH CARY 
(SECRETARY). Melinda Brooks. Dale Jenssen— George Masse— (8) David Paul. Dominick 
Dombrowski— Stephen Cronk, Peter Tucker. Daniel Shmulsky, Kevin Shortis. Bruce Turner. 
Lawrence O'Brien— George Rood, John Stanton. Lane Farnum. ABSENT: Mark Trocchi, Tom 
Curtiss, Gary White. Michael Gallo. Donna Marion. Paul Milligan. Stephen Quigley. Judy 
Rawling. Klaus Paist, Roger Abbot. Virginia Boughton. Donna Bralher. 




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CLASS OF 1973 (top to bottom): (ROW 1) Timothy Drumm, Daniel 
Macy. John Hankey. Jay Amidon, Charles L'Hommedieu, Alphonso 
Johnson, Peter Driscoll— Susan Whisenant— Ruth Pedersen— (2) Debra 
Boardman, Cathy Kirchner, Virginia Evendge. CATHY CHAPIN (TREA- 
SURER). Karen Merntt, Elaine Martin. Deborah Milligan— (3) THEODORA 
CHASE (VICE PRESIDENT). Sharon Arzt. Deborah Burnham. Darlene 
Burbank— Willard Curtis. Geoffrey Piper, Gregory Massini. David Rood, 
Stephen Hastedt. Stanley Gracyk— Patricia Davidson— La Donna Conklm 
—Frank Rosier. Reiner White, Mark Bullard, Carl VanDeusen— (4) Carrie 
L'Hommedieu— Marylee Lopez. Nancy Malnati. Helen Farnum. Lynn 
O'Brian. Gail Granger— (5) Donna Bachetti, Elaine Wuon— Jo-Ann Real— 
(6) Karen Ryder. Doreen Tucker, Donald Campbell. Lyman Thompson, 
James Papmeau— Debra Turner. Joyce Farnum. Susan Hankey, Joy 
McGray-Mehssa Scholz-JEFFREY STOVER (PRESIDENT)-(7) Denise 
Gustafson— Adrienne O'Connell. Noreen Eichstedt. Donna Turner- 
Teresa Hadsell, Kathrme Putnam, Rene Wyman— Dawn Agar— Julianne 
Edelman— Kevin Curtis. Dennis Tucker, Clement Robins, Donald Peck. 
Dennis Rollins, Peter Shuts— (8) Denise Ball, Susan Bynack— Bradley 
Wilson, Ronald VanDeusen— George Ullrich. Lmdsey Crawford. James 




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Delmohno. Susan Turner— Susan Hinman, Patricia Brazie, Jennifer 
Touponce— Michelle Ives, Elizabeth Tryon— Mary Stevens— Annemane 
Eggenberger— David Dempsey, Michael Harngan. Daniel Miller. Shawn 
Samuels, Stephen Emberlin, Frederick Moore. ABSENT: Jeffery Barth, 
Deborah Fletcher. Anita Hutchms, Ronald Mongeau, Nancy Phair, Ar- 
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PICTURES BELOW (top to bottom): Science student Bob Miller-photogenic Cathy Dodge- 
lunior high gynmasium soccer under Mr. Fryce— scorekeeping Pat Pezze during a girls' vol- 
leyball match— pin-setting Stanley Collins at the 1967 yearbook dance— physical science 



students Sue Gillette. Martha Merritt. Pat Mielke, Jim Law. Bernie Kirchner, Debbie Dempsey. 
and Chris Heddleson— Path Irvine and the Room 21 fire exit door— Neil Pedersen after a 
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GAA (Girls' Athletic Association), directed by Miss Fnsbie, provides 
the girls of Mount Everett opportunities to compete in interscholas- 
tic sports throughout the year— softball in the spring, field hockey 
in the fall, and volleyball and basketball in the winter. Teams chal- 
lenge Roe Jan. Ockawamick, Germantown, Hudson, and Lenox. 
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Turner, pop-fly catching Cindy Zucco. submarine-pitching Susan Rnska. stretch 
ing-for-the-out Bonnie Walsh. Team captain: Sheila Trapnell. 



Girls' basketball is coached by Miss Fnsbie and Miss Lewis, an 
(picture at left top) during a practice pause the team huddles • 
for a coach's directives. (Picture at left below) Miss Fnsbie p« 
pares to start a game with a lump ball. (Picture at right) After 
Susan Pinkava lay-up. Nancy Shmulsky and Nancy Duryea nj 
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hockey team on tactics. (Picture at bottom left) A scramble for control of the 
ball includes Candy Leining, Susan Riiska. a Hudson player. Debbie Kelsey. and 



another Hudson opponent. (Picture at right) Mary Ellen Dombrowski waits for 
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a game with Roe Jan. Between games. Miss Fnsbie gives direc 
tions to Susan Rnska. and Virginia Johnson and Bonnie Walsh 
discuss game tactics. Later in the game, the camera again 
catches Sue Rueger using her strenuous-attempt form Team 
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UPPER LEFT TO RIGHT: Cross country team, 1967 (Standing: Bill Bender- 
manager, Coach Cote, David Pedersen, Delmar Tryon, Gary Driscoll, Eddie 
Tichenor, Jim Collins, Dick Sellew, Rick Mielke, Jim Bennett, Stanley Collins, 
Bill Turner, Kent Milligan, Neil Pedersen, Paul Van Deusen, Mike Finn— re- 
porter. Kneeling: David Hastedt, John Sellew, Duane Moulton, Wayne Dunlop, 
Brian Care, Bill Gulotta, Bruce Tichenor— captain, Chris Drumm, Scott Mac- 
Kenzie, David Rood, Paul Milligan), Mielke at the mile mark, Captain Tiche- 
nor at the finish line. LOWER LEFT TO RIGHT: The gun goes off, Coach 
Menin counting off seconds, cross country competitors awaiting team results, 
a sprint to the finish— Sellew, Collins, Bennett. 



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FOOTBALL TEAM-1967: 70-A. Wright (T), 10-E. Harvey (QB), 31-T. Gunzin- 
ger (HB), 80-M. Edelman (E), 73-T. Dombrowski (T), 82-W. Chapin (E), 34- 
J. Cavalier (HB), 59-D. Campbell (C), 64-B. Trapnell (T), 38-L Gonzalez 
(HB), 71-R. Cronk, 44-J. Stevens (E), 81-E. Smith (E), 40-J. Phillips (FB), 65 
-R. Miller (G), 56-J. Edelman (E), 61-M. Cassidy (G), 72-W. Cary (T), 83-G. 
Brallier (E), 60-B. Walsh (G), 58-R. Turner (G), 20-B. Parker (HB), 12-T. 
Harrigan (QB), 54-J. Harvey (G), 22-W. Gunn (HB), 55-B. Davidson (T), 43- 
M. Clark (E), 30-A. Cavalier (HB), 41-D. Buckley (FB), 35-M. Bachetti (HB), 
57— C. Wheeler (E). Coach: Mr. Callahan; assistant coaches: 'Mr. Fryc and Mr. 
Gunzinger. Managers: P. Amidon, R. Judkins, G. Gringras, A. Ullrich, P. Cassidy, 
G. Martin. (Team captain: Terry Gunzinger). PICTURES AT LEFT: Coach Calla- 
han discusses game strategy during a trying halt-time, the Eagle bench. CENTER 
TOP TO BOTTOM: Mount Everett tries its strength against McCann, Eagles await 
the second half, cheerleaders watch the opposition punt, Gunzinger goes for a 
first down. RIGHT TOP TO BOTTOM: Coaches, Mr. Fryc and Mr. Gunzinger, ap- 
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up. ON STAGE: (2) Harold, faced with the probability of never winning 
the girl he loves (whom he has seen once, briefly, through the window 
of a moving hansom cab) listens to Obee's plan to turn him (Harold) 
into a sophisticated, capable Casanova. The plan includes the help of 
a dancing teacher (3 and 4). a tailor, an English teacher (5), and a 



wine hostess. (6) Harold tries out what he has learned on Miss Munger, 
a girl from down the street. (7) Gottlieb, the tailor, prepares Harold for 
the big night at the ball, and the group sends him on his way. (8) Pro- 
moters and tutors celebrate Harold's probable success as a suitor 
while waiting for his return— an eventuality that reveals some hard 
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PRODUCER Holly Campbell 

DIRECTOR Mr. Michael Heggie 

CAST OF CHARACTERS 

FATTO KLEEST Bob Ol.nsk. 

LEW BRINDLE Bob Marion 

OBEE ZWICK John Johnston 

HAROLD SELBAR John Cavalier 

TANGO EDDIE FRECKER Bob Duryea 

MR. GOTTLIEB Manfred L.ebsch 

MISS PROSE Carolyn Kimball 

MRS. WONG Cheryl Hall 

IRIS MUNGER Judy Schneider 



CREDITS: Cindy Zucco. Debra Kelsey. Mrs. William Camp. Linda Camp, 
Donna Camp. Jeannie Alvares. Lynne Whittaker, Donna Gower. Craig 
Elliott. Frank Higgms. Thomas Manghue, Rene Manghue. Nancy Clark. 
Alice Goble. Judy Howard. King Hunt. Barbara McNamara. Susan 
Brooks. William Chapin, Rick Mielke. Esther Smith. Marilyn Beneat. 
Roberta Preiss. Susan Wilcox. Elizabeth Pezzee. Linda Warren. Loretta 
Peck. Jessie Newton 



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PICTURES BELOW-TOP ROW: Mr. Oldfield Discussing some of the mechanics glass tubing to pose for a group picture. BOTTOM ROW: Mrs. Draper's Junior 

of debating with the Debating Club; A Loebig-Varney match taking place under High Typing Club strives to learn the "touch" system of elementary typing. Mr 

the close scrutiny of Mr. Davis's Chess Club MIDDLE ROW: The School Store Oleen's Physics Club stands behind the Science Department's newly acquired 

group, under Mr. Gauthier, acquires and sells supplies to raise money for the linear air track. 
Student Council. Mr. Oldfield's Junior High Science Club pauses from bending 



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Driver Education students under the guidance 
of Mr Sano. learn how to prevent dents 
SECOND PICTURE: Besides learning theatn 
cal history trom Mr Heggie the Dramatics 
Club helped produce the Senior Play. THIRD 
PICTURE: Directed by Mr. Wartel'a. the Choir 
performs in public and school concerts BOT 
TOM PICTURE: Mt. Everett learns about |unior 
high activities through the "Peanut Pre 
published by Mr^ BrolKs Junior High Jour 
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1— GAA officers head interscholastic participation in girls' volley- 
ball, basketball. Softball, and field hockey (Miss Frisbie— adviser. 
Lynne O'Connell. Pat Pezze. Nancy Clark. Susan Rnski. Candice 
Leining. Joanne Bangs, and Bonnie Walsh). 2— Waiting partici- 
pants dangle feet from the bleachers during Mr. Fryc's Junior High 
Boys' Intramurals. 3— Mr, Callahan's Boys' Intramurals participants 
fight their way through Uga-Uga. a prelude to winning football. 4— 
French lab assistants supervise the language laboratory in the ab 



sence of Mr Cote. 5-The Football Pep Band, directed by Mr. War- 
tella. provides the omph at football pep rallies and at football 
games. 6-Junior -High Arts and Crafts, headed by Mr May. is re- 
sponsible for the art display boards seen in the school corridors 7 
—Challenges of coordination and thinking help recruit participants 
for Mr. Herhhy's Photo-Electric Games Club 8-Shop Service, a 
group directed by Mr. Sano. contributes to the maintenance of 
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PICTURED ON THIS SPREAD: 1 -Class Officers Club. Mr. Gauther 
-advisor, concerned with training students in techniques and re- 
sponsibilities of leadership, plans to establish guides on parliamen- 
tary procedure and duties of class officers. 2-Yearbook copy check 
for the Seventh Grade page-Seventh Graders Bradley Wilson. Karen 
Ryder, Elaine Wuori. and Aurigan Literary Editor Laura Klein. 3 
Public Relations Club. Mr. Corbett-advisor. concerned with com- 
munity oriented publicity for Mount Everett, involved in announcing 
it t) isketball games and preparing radio reports and tapes, plans 
to publish a monthly newsletter. 4-Pubhc Relations Club members 
Brian Care. Mike Finn, and Terry Koldys covering the Chatham 
game at Mount Everett. 5-Games Club. Mr. Fryc-adviser. involved 
in learning rules and winning techniques of a variety of games. 
6-Sophomore Magazine Drive leaders (Mr. Shiminski. Mr. Cote, 
and Mr. Gauthier— advisers), involved in an eleven day campaign 



that sold 679 magazine subscriptions and grossed S 

scholarship aid; high salesman: Dudley Race~($178.70). pictu- 

eludes Jean Chapin. Candy Leining. Richard Patterson. Lynn 

nell. and (seated) Mary Chase. (Absent: Mai 

Schoonmaker ) 7-Student Libra'. 

Howard, and Jo Ann Real-with the school 

8— The ski team. Mr Cote— adviser, involved it 

skiing form and techniques, plans to st 

Club. Mr. Herhhy— adviser, involved in 

student body (Student Government I 

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and The News Beat ) 10— Hall \ 

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is made up ot students who 
have qualified in terms of 
scholarship, leadership, char- 
acter, and service. Under 
Mrs. Rhoades's supervision, 
the group compiles the Honor 
Roll, ushers for Open House 
in November, and maintains 
a student book store PIC- 
TURE OPPOSITE PAGE- 
TOP-Barbara Martin 
(treasurer), Phyllis Van 
Deusen, Katharine Anderson. 
Debra Kelsey. Jessie Newton 
(vice president). Barbara 
McNamara, Marie Malnati 
(secretary), Marie Pasche, 
Roberta Preiss. Neil Pedersen, 
Robert Duryea. Holly Campbell, 
Sarah Blodgett. Cynthia 
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Student Council, advised by Mr Gauthier, provides opportunities for students to involve I 
in politics at the school level PICTURE ABOVE-TOP-First Row: B Morandi (treasi 
(vice president). T Koldys (president). S. OConnell (si Second Row 

I. Stovei Tichenor. W. Ch in, M PacklicK. S Collins. ( 

G. Piper. R Judkins. 

Under the direction of Mrs Chapman and Mrs Aui 

school paper containing school news, editorials, and student literary efforts This years group has been 
interested in improving the quality of the papers content and in publishing more frequently than before 
-which has been effected by utilizing the mimeograph process PICTURE ABOVE M 
Leining. L Loebig. B Hutchins. B Care. C Drumm. N Clark. S Turner M Chase C Salzmann, M 
Packhck. J Bangs. L Rood. Mrs Draper. H Campbell (editor) 

Advised by Mr Davis, the Yearbook Club has stressed coverage, copy, accuracy, an 
■ the 1968 Aurigan The yearbook s advertising solicitation campaign— direct*- 
—was early, fast moving, and very successful. Jessie Newton and Bob Manon effected more sales of the 
Aurigan (251) than the sales y previous year Coordinator Barbara Coon- 

led the critical task of plotting deadlines and allotting time tor yearbook work u 

ecutive editor— has contributed a record number of student photographs (over 100) for the 1968 Auri- 
gan. Art Editor i Varren has introduced art rendered advertisements stressing design (see pa^' 

through 27). and Editor in Chief Barbara Martin increased the number of | 

to 96— the I . years— without - PICTURE AT 

LEFT: First Row: M Liebsch. B Coons. L Klein B Martin (editor 
Packhck. M Beneat M A^.ir Second Row I Cavalier, L V.- 
Brooks I Bennett I Schneider S Blodgett B M - Trvd ftl * izm 
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The Concert Band provides music for assemblies, concerts, grad- 
uation, and football and basketball games. Guided by the majorettes, 
the Marching Band renders the traditional hymns and marches on 
Memorial Day, and in March it provides a half-time show at the 
Western Massachusetts Small Schools Basketball Tournament. The 



Stage Band, a selected group of advanced musicians, plays pop- 
ular music ranging from Herb Alpert's themes to "Batman." All 
music activities are guided by Mr. Wartella. Throughout the year he 
conducts sectional rehearsals and expends much-appreciated 
effort working with individuals to improve their techniques. 



PICTURES ON THIS SPREAD: 1-The Concert Band (first chair 
performers: Susan Wilcox— flute, Elizabeth Pezzee— clarinet, 
Lindsay Lanoue— alto saxaphone, Judith Rawlings— tenor saxa- 
phone, William Gulotta— alto clarinet, Kevin Wheeler— bass clarinet, 
SuzanneO'Connell— bassoon, TerryGunzinger— trumpet, BruceTich- 
enor— trombone, William Turner— baritone, Terry Cruikshank— 
French horn, Russell Rawlings— sousaphone, James Law— snare 
drum, Arthur Greene— timpani, John Gulotta— bass drum, Timothy 
Drumm— cymbal. 2— Majorettes Cheryl Hall, Kathy Packlick, Nancy 
Clark. Jessie Newton— captain, Katharine Anderson, and Barbara 



McNamara. 3— The Stage Band. 4— The Basketball Pep Band 
Bruce Tichenor, Pamela Bock, Terry Gunzinger, Rick Mielke, John 
Gulotta, James Law, and Ralph Wheeler. 5— Elizabeth Pezzee, Neil 
Pedersen, Lindsay Lanoue, and Judith Rawling leading the reed 
section during the Christmas Pageant. 6— Mr. Wartella conducting 
the Concert Band during an activity period rehearsal. 7— First and 
second trombones, Bruce Tichenor and William Chapm, guiding 
their section during the Christmas Pageant. 8— Pianist Jessie New- 
ton singing along with the choral group during the Christmas Pag- 
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PICTURES BELOW-TOP TO BOTTOM: One man shows by Chris Heddleson, Linda Warren, Sharon 
Cushman, Cindy Zucco, Susan Pmkava, and Chris Agar. OPPOSITE PAGE— TOP: Sherry Van Deusen 
and Mr. May collaborate. BELOW: An art class circus poster— and caricatures of Mr. May by Warren, 
Cushman, Zucco, and Heddleson. FAR RIGHT: The mood of football as depicted by Barbara Coons, 
football cheerleader; a school spirit promoting poster by Lindsay Lanoue, another football cheer- 
leader; and part of a civics class collage prepared by Louise Antony, Mary Jane Anderson, Steve 
Leining, Mike Marchione, and Dan Miller. 



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FICTURE TOP LEFT: Varsity team: Ernie Louison-manager, Bill Bender-manager, Mr. Chamberland-coach, 
Mr. Gauthier-coach. Richard Dozier, Frank Higgins, Nick Pshenishny, Bill Chapin, Jim Bennett, Rene Manghue. 
Tom Sindler, John Golden, Bob Marion, Wayne Schoonmaker, Rick Mielke, Larry Schoonmaker-captain. ab- 
sent: Vin Ullrich, Dave Smith. PICTURE TOP RIGHT: Junior varsity team: Mr. Gauthier-coach, Bob Law- 
manager, Tim Harrigan, Stan Collins, John Cook-captain, Vin Ullrich, Don Robare, Dave Pshenishny, Dave 
Smith. King Hunt, Keith Fletcher. Jim Edelman. PICTURE BOTTOM LEFT: A Schoonmaker (40) chop knocks 
the ball away from Feagles's (45) waiting hands and intermeshmg fingers. Tom Sindler (54) waits. OPPOSITE 




PAGE SMALL PICTURE: A halftime 
cheerleader line. BELOW: Richard Dozier 
(22) breaks for the basket and lifts the 
ball over a "walking-on-air" Monument 
Mountain defender. Sindler waits THIS 
PAGE CENTER LEFT: Rene Manghue- 
after a foul from foul-wary Monument 
Mountain. BELOW: Rebounding Larry 
Schoonmaker and a Monument Moun- 
tain defender loom large (an optical il- 
lusion) over Tom Sindler. waiting, and 
another defender. THIS PAGE CENTER 
RIGHT: A Mount Everet huddle, starring 
Coach Chamberland, attracks a curious 
referee BELOW: Practice session with 
J. V. Coach Gauthier— techniques, criti- 
cism, encouragement. 





1968 BASKETBALL 


SCHEDULE- 


-VARSITY 


D15 


57-75 


ROE JAN 


D18 


59-109 


Chatham 


D22 


63-65 


Gateway 


J3 


63-97 


MOUNT 
GREYLOCK 


J5 


40-103 


Mount 
Greylock 


J9 


60-71 


Roe Jan 


J12 


43-71 


+ MONUMENT 
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J16 


70-88 


CHATHAM 


J19 


♦62-59 


+ McCANN 


J26 


•84-63 


+ Chester 


J31 


57-73 


+ LENOX 


F2 


60-78 


+ Lee 


F9 


44-72 


+ Monument 
Mountain 


F13 


•57-42 


GATEWAY 


F16 


47-63 


+ McCann 


F23 


•63-41 


+ CHESTER 


F27 


57-62 


+ Lenox 


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69-85 


+ LEE 


M4 


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Gateway, Marcia 
Packlick and friends 
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PICTURE ON OPPOSITE PAGE: Football cheerleaders-with Coach 
Frisbie-watch as alternate Cindy Zucco does a Peter Pan |ump for the 
photographer. PICTURES ABOVE-TOP: Basketball cheerleader Claire 
Judkins perfoms before Captain Jessie Newton. Debra Kelsey Debo 
rah Dempsey, Judy Schneider. Ellen Price. Marcia Packlick. Kathleen 
Packlick, and Barbara McNamara. IMMEDIATELY ABOVE- The football 
cheering squad, with mascot eagle. Douggie Bosworth (counter cl 
wise starting with the extended foot) "Barbara Coons. Terry Cruik 
shank Lindsay Lanoue. Cathy Dodge. Janice Bosworth. Susan G 
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PICTURE'S If FI ID KlfiHT. IDP 10 BOTTOM' 1968 
Gymnastics Te.wn— st.indim' John Gulotta, Louis 
Gonzalez, Terry Gunzinger. John Cavalier. Neil Craw 
ford. Wayne Dunlop. Robert Emberlin. Bill Cary. Anthony 
Cavalier. Phillip Amidon. Brian Care, John Fratalone. 
Gary Brallier, Bob Duryea, Joe Read (manager)— kneel 
iru 1 : Sharon Gleason, Cathy Dodge, Stacey Brandt, 
Lindsay Lanoue, Anne Pasche, Cheryl Hall, Shelley 
L'Hommedieu, Laurr Riiski, Carolyn Kimball, Madelaine 
Smith, Susie Gunzinger, Linda Tryon, Katharine Ander- 
son; individu.il shots Brian Care— handstand, parallel 
bars; Cheryl Hall— back somersault, trampoline; Lind 
say Lanoue— warm up; trampoline: Wayne Dunlop— 
back layout, trampoline; Nancy Pasche— valdez. floor 
exercise; Terry Gunzinger— giant, high bar; Cathy Dodge 
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1968; 3-Bruce Tichenor and Laura Scholz: Western District Band 



and Chorus; 4-William Chapin, Bruce Tichenor, and Manfred 
Liebsch: Boys State Representatives; 5— John Cavalier: Student 
Government Day Representative, 1968; 6— Giovanni (John) Torello 




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PICTURES ON THIS SPREAD: 1-Student leader Ellen Price officiates a junior-high girls' "sock- 
hockey" game. 2— Mr. Rutstein tries life from the students' perspective. 3— Linda Brandt, with a 
library pass, shortcuts out of Room 21. 4— The library— a place of books, magazines, and dreams- 
tilts windows to let in a warm autumn day. 5— Senior girls "knock arrows and hold." 6— Mrs. Rhoades 
patiently, but staunchly, waits for Mr. Kelley's first period biology class (which tried to take Room 
21 from CP English IV seniors) to go somewhere else. 7— A pass is needed, and Miss Frisbie writes 
one for Susie Gunzinger. 8— A lack of friction on the surface of the faculty parking lot can do things 
to cars; Mr. Rutstein, Mr. Kelley, and Mr. Oldfield observe this truth. 




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(SCHOOL LIFE-CONTINUED) PICTURES ON THIS SPREAD: 1-Be 
fore English II class begins, Helga Paist and To Sir with Love. 2— 

For class meeting, the juniors crowd into Room 21 (the largest 
classroom in the building) and overflow onto the Room 21 stage. 3 
—A panorama of football: Eagles entertain an opposing team on 
the football field. 4— Mr. Oldfield (whose automobile license plates 
proclaim that force equals mass times acceleration) shares some 
of his enthusiasm for science with eager junior-high students. 5— 
Ellen Carter waits for a "use-both-hands" biology microscope. 6— 
An English grammar book suggested avoidance of unnecessary 
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idea in the language lab. 7— No one had the heart to awaken Tim- 
othy Zucco after the fifth-period bell rang. 8— Juniors Terry Cruik- 
shank and Tommy Funk study into their lunch period. 9— Mr. 
Dunham, with his unique verve, keeps his Illinois Math II students 
thinking mathematically. 10— Jean Chapin is set off by a high light 
contrast as she pauses before the Student Publications Room 
door. 11 — Patti Irvine serves tea (or coffee) to Yale-man Norman 
Kinzie at the Junior Class-sponsored Christmas Tea. 12— The Elec- 
tric Knife entertains at LSD (the last senior dance)— "Cherished 
Reflections." 13— The second house to be built by the Building 
Structure Class was completed early this school year; it is situated 



on Park Street in Sheffield. 14-The 1967-68 Building Structure 
group stands on the front porch of their project (Frank Gallo, Craig 
Elliott, Ed Farnum. Gary O'Brien, Jim Smith. Leon Eichstedt. Mr. 
Sellew, and David Wright). 15— The third Building Structure house 
was begun early this school year on Berkshire School Road: the 
picture shows the boys, supervised by Mr. Sellew. leveling off newly 
poured concrete as it sets in foundation forms. 16— Lectures, dis- 
cussions, and exams are interrupted, lights turned off. windows 
and doors closed, and students and teachers file out of the 
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In October, 1966, the 1968 Aurigan project was offered to and accepted 
by members of the Class of 1968. Upon being elected editor-in-chief 
by those members, I had a dim conception of what the project would 
entail. Since then the conception has been gradually illuminated; 
some of the illumination has involved 
—serving an editor-in-chief apprenticeship on the 1967 Aurigan 

project 
—appointing staff members for the 1968 Aurigan 
—establishing the duties and responsibilities of staff members 
—providing instructions and training for staff members 
—scheduling yearbook work-sessions and meetings 
—planning agenda for yearbook meetings 
—planning assignments for yearbook work-sessions 
—maintaining meeting and work-session attendance record 
—planning the yearbook unit 
—establishing yearbook specifications for printing and photography 

contracts 
—selecting a printing company 
—selecting a school photographer 
—coordinating staff work with the yearbook unit plan 
—keeping a calendar of past events 

— keeping a future's calendar 
—planning and assigning deadlines 
—assigning work units 

— overviewing work being done 

—checking the progress of assigned work 

—directing the charting of yearbook progress 

—learning the mechanics and principles of photography 

—anticipating yearbook unit and photographic needs 

—planning coverage of school events 

—planning group pictures 

—scheduling student and professional photographers 

—arranging photographic needs with the administration (times, 
places, individuals, and groups) 

—editing negatives for print orders 

—earmarking and filing pictures 

—learning layout principles, methods, and requirements 

—establishing layout format standards (pagination, margins, sepa- 
ration, copy style, type style and sizes, . . .) 

—planning and selecting cover design, colors, and material 

—selecting styles and sizes of printing types for copy 

—setting up copy models and standards 

— maintaining records of events and sports results 
—maintaining coordination between yearbook unit plan and copy 
—writing copy (utilizing principles of copy-writing) 
—controlling manuscript standards 

—scaling copy 

—proof-reading and cross-checking copy 

—maintaining layout and copy records 

—planning and directing special printing effects 

—coordinating solicitation and yearbook-insertion of advertisements 

—maintaining financial-progress charts 

—directing the preparation of advertisement art and copy 

—directing the maintenance of yearbook sales records 

—immediate handling of yearbook correspondence 

—coordinating yearbook content with unexpected aspects of school 

life 
—checking for, noting, and correcting yearbook content omissions 
—maintaining quality control on yearbook material 
—directing immediate checking and returning of proofs to the 
printer 
These responsibilities and chores were handled with the cooperation 
and contributions of (1) an excellent yearbook staff and group, (2) 
members of the administration— especially Mr. Trocchi and Mr. 
Shiminski— who were instrumental in arranging times, places, and 
groups for meetings and photography, (3) the faculty members who 
permitted student photographers to enter classes, expended time and 
effort complying with yearbook photography schedules, and— as club 
advisers or group directors— provided needed information about their 
clubs or groups, (4) the office secretaries who were extremely helpful 
and patient, and (5) the businesses and individuals who agreed to 
advertise in the 1968 Aurigan. 

Barbara Martin 
Editor-in-Chief 



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YEARBOOK CONTRIBUTION CREDITS 

(The following contributions summary is essentially correct with these 
qualifications: (1) Yearbook contributions rejected by quality controls 
received only partial credit— and in some cases none. The last con- 
tributors of previously rejected yearbook material received partial or 
total credit for the work. (2) A few staff positions involved duties 
that could not be credited objectively. Credit adjustments have been 
made in such cases in an attempt to provide adequate recognition 
where it is due. These adjustments are indicated by single astericks* 
(credits increased by 50)and double astericks** (credits increased by 
100).) 

Katharine Anderson, executive editor 292* 

Barbara Martin, editor-in-chief 290* *" 

Linda Warren, art editor 257 

Marie Malnati, senior section editor 168 

Laura Klein, literary editor 157* 

Kathleen Packlick, photography editor 107* 

Barbara Coons, coordinator . ?' 103* 

Susan Brooks, compilation editor 80 

Elizabeth Pezzee 68 

Loretta Peck 66 

Marilyn Beneat, secretary 62* 

Jessie Newton, sales manager 59* 

Robert Duryea 53 

Sarah Blodgett 51 

Ruth Chase, features editor 50 

Manfred Leibsch, business manager 50* 

John Cavalier, sports editor 40 

Donna Gower 36 

Carolyn Kimball 35 

Bruce Tichenor 32 

James Collins '.....' 29 

James Bennett 26 

Sherry Caul 26 

Ann Higgins 24 

Linda Camp 22 

Cheryl Hall 20 

Bill Chapin 16 

Debra Kelsey 16 

Terry Gunzinger 9 

Robert Marion 9 

Marie Pasche 7 

Mark Edelman 5 

Neil Pedersen 5 

Roberta Preiss 5 

Barbara McNamara 5 

Larry Schoonmaker 5 




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